Hey all, I figured I'd check in here and see what like minded parents on here do about monitoring. We started to introduce my (now 9 year old) stepson to using the internet a few years back non a Linux desktop, and first monitoring him very closely, but over time the comfort level grew. It looked like he was behaving and required less and less oversight. I guess we got too comfortable, as we recently discovered him doing and accesshting things way outside of the appropriateness of his age. Judging by how busy life is, it is evident neither of us have the time to sit with him whenever he is online, and we don't want to remove internet access, as it is important to learning and becoming tech aware. The conclusion? We need some technological help. I have been researching commercial parental monitoring solutions, but have not been very happy with what I have found thus far. They all either have some sort of cloud integration, which concerns me from a security perspective, or have rather exorbitant subscription fees, way outside the realm of what is seemingly reasonable for a service like this. What can you people on here recommend? My requirements/wants: Monitoring/filtering capability 100% local solution (by local, I mean local network, no cloud integration or external web service) Reasonable cost Windows 10 capability (Linux a plus) Any thoughts? Much appreciated!